2018 Graduate Student Research Photo Art Competition Winners
158 photographs were entered into this year’s competition. A committee of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, postdocs, and staff reviewed the randomly numbered entries and chose 15 winners, each of which awarded the photographer $300. This slideshow showcases a sampling of the winning shots.
E&E Seminar: Figs, pollinators, and parasites: co-diversification in deep and shallow time, John D. Nason, Iowa State University
LIN Seminar: From Breathing to Behavior: Integrative Consequences of Intermittent Hypoxia in the Brain by Alfredo J. Garcia III, University of Chicago
E&E Seminar: Using short- and long-term forest responses to past climate to better plan for the future by Christine Rollinson, Morton Arboretum
LIN Seminar: The Perception-Cognition Border: An Architectural Approach by E.J. Green, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
E&E Seminar: Fungi in Ecosystem Processes by John Dighton, Rutgers University (John Lussenhop Memorial Talk)
Meet Kaylee George!
My daughter Kaylee (BIOS ‘20) has had an amazing experience at UIC so far. She has volunteered this past year at the Field Museum and the Notebaert Museum with hours in the triple digits. This summer she is an intern with the Naperville Police Department in the Animal Control division. She is one excited biology major! Thank you for all you have done to further ignite her passion and afford her three volunteer positions where I am confident the UIC connection mattered. She is UIC proud and we are very proud of her!Proud Parent of Kaylee George|
#18 undergraduates will participate in the Northwest Passage Project. Four will sail with the ship, and the rest will work in Chicago or Rhode Island.
73rd US News & World Report, UIC's Department of Biological Sciences graduate program moved up two places in the ranking to 73rd nationally.